Home List of Titles Interactive narrative pedagogy as a heuristic for understanding supervision in practice-led research
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- Interactive narrative pedagogy as a heuristic for understanding supervision in practice-led research
- Hecq, Dominique
- This paper addresses the disciplinary and methodological specificity of the PhD in practice-led research and advocates an interactive narrative pedagogy inspired by the psychoanalytic teachings of Lacan. It sets into motion an innovative engagement between the fields of Psychoanalysis, Writing and Pedagogy in order to consider the possibilities that transference offers supervisors and candidates in two specific environments, i.e., an on-campus setting equipped with infrastructure resources and an off-campus setting devoid of such resources. I argue that an ethical handling of the transference promotes creativity and benefits the community at large.
- Publication type
- Conference paper
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology
- Proceedings of the Paris International Conference on Education, Economy and Society, Paris, France, 17-19 July 2008, pp. 60-71
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- Creative writing; Doctoral supervision; Lacan, Jacques (1901-1981); Pedagogy; PhD supervision; Psychoanalysis; Research higher degrees; Transference
- 9782953384208 (all vols.)
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- Copyright © 2008.
- Peer reviewed